As you wind your way along the narrow coastal road of Langøya island in Northern Norway’s Vesterålen archipelago, you wonder how anyone could possibly live here.
With a drop into the ocean on one side and a sheer rocky mountain on the other, you hope you don’t meet a car coming the other way. Then a cluster of buildings comes into view and everything makes sense.
Welcome to Nyksund, a tiny fishing village that’s been abandoned three times in its history. It’s now getting yet another chance for a new life thanks to an unlikely source: troubled youths from Berlin, Germany.
A thriving fishing community—for
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